London: Supermodel Kate Moss, who has been modelling for over two decades, graced the cover of British magazine ‘Vogue’ for the 30th time.
Moss, 36, who made her cover debut for the magazine March 1993, will be seen posing on a wooden stool wearing a Burberry Prorsum coat for the September issue of the magazine, reported dailymail.co.uk.
The cover marks the height of a glittering career for Moss who was discovered on an airport in 1988 when she was merely 14.
Since then, she has been getting contracts from every major designer -- Calvin Klein, Versace, Burberry, Donna Karen and YSL to name a few.
It is the sixth time in the last decade that the Croydon-born model has landed the coveted issue, she has also made numerous appearances in international editions of the renowned magazine.
Despite her continued success, it has been a bumpy ride for Moss, whose career almost came to an end in 2005 after the publication of photographs showing her allegedly snorting cocaine.
However, she has seen her income double in the past few years - thanks to the huge success of her Topshop clothing range.